One hundred five times, I have put words to paper, creating this casual column discussing and describing the ever-amazing natural world around us. I have usually worked to maintain a third-person distance in the columns, wanting the columns to be about wildlife and wild things, not about me. This paragraph is an exception, as this will be my last Wild News column; I am transferring to a new and exciting opportunity with the Fish and Wildlife Service in Homer, Alaska.
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